They'll be joined by a number of other comic book movie stars, including Kick-Ass 2's Jim Carrey, The Dark Knight Rises's Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Anne Hathaway, Thor: The Dark World's Chris Hemsworth, Marvel cinematic universe lynchpin Samuel L. Jackson, X-Men: Days of Future Past's Jennifer Lawrence and Michael B. Jordan, the controversial star of the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot. Ironically, Kerry Washington--the African-American actress who played the traditionally-white Alicia Masters in Fantastic 4 and Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer, will also present.
During an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the producers said that Garfield would be part of an emotional moment in the show. In January, they said that the theme of this year’s show would be a celebration of movie heroes, so it's arguably not surprising to see so many superheroes here.
The rest of the presenters include Veronica Mars's Kristen Bell, Jessica Biel, Penélope Cruz, Star Trek Into Darkness's Benedict Cumberbatch, Viola Davis, Daniel Day-Lewis, Robert De Niro, Zac Efron, Star Wars's Harrison Ford and Ewan McGregor, Elektra's Jennifer Garner (whose husband, Ben Affleck, won big at the Academy Awards last year and will play Batman in 2015), Whoopi Goldberg, Goldie Hawn, Wish I Was Here's Kate Hudson, Angelina Jolie, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World's Anna Kendrick, Matthew McConaughey, Bill Murray, Kim Novak, Tyler Perry, Brad Pitt, Sidney Poitier, Gabourey Sidibe, Will Smith, Kevin Spacey, Jason Sudeikis, G.I. Joe: Retalition's Channing Tatum, Charlize Theron, John Travolta, Christoph Waltz, Harry Potter's Emma Watson and Naomi Watts.